Great Lakes Day 14: Fenelon Falls to Toronto
July 2, 2016
The weather is beautiful again, so we began with some things we weren’t able to do yesterday. Cousin Stan and his son Doug took us for a short boat ride on Cameron Lake. The lake was quite a bit smoother than it had looked from the shore. Everything was so serene, and as we had remembered it, that we hated to leave. On our way out of town, we stopped to pay our respects to my grandparents and many other relatives at the Fenelon Falls cemetery.
Our next stop was in Oshawa, where a cousin (Mom’s cousin’s daughter Jill) and her husband live. We had a nice visit with them, traded many stories, and collected a little more information on the family genealogy. We then drove to Mississauga, on the other side of Toronto and close to Pearson International Airport, where we are staying for the night in preparation for our flight home tomorrow.
This article is part of a series about our recent vacation in the Great Lakes area. To see the introductory article in the series, click here.